Quote:I'm all for it! I've a one ton crew cab long bed that'll haul anything. If an 8' bed is not long enough I have a Chevy 5500 with an 18' bed. It is harder to load but if they'll load it on pallets with a forklift it'd be fine! We can set up a delivery route (as long as ya'll are into kicking in a few bucks for diesel (I'm not yet burning veggi oil )) and drop the feed on the way back. Yes Tuscon peeps - you're all good too . Lemme know! I'm into it! Edit for another series of questions... How long will feed last? What would be the best way to store it? If this works out could we set up a regular run every 3 - 6 months (see first question)? Would we get the high protein content that somebody (wink, wink, nudge, nudge) has been recommending? Is there a drawback to too much protein? Is there a limit on asking questions? When am I going to get off my butt and build that silly coop? NEWS FLASH!!! - PEEPERS MAY BE GETTING TOO BIG TO FEED BY HAND! (ever hear of "don't bite the hand that feeds you?") I would love in on the feed if you guys get it going and it is cheaper that what I have here in NM. I also live next to a farm of feed corn and millo and maybe others. My friend has a silo (small) that I was going to try to fill for chicken feed. Ummmm... Memphis... New Mexico?